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2,000 Kids and the Giant Mandala

Wei Wei - one of only twenty Lego Certified Professionals in the world and the only one who doesn’t build lego sculptures - embarks on her biggest project yet, harnessing the creative power of 2,000 children to turn 1.8 tons of legos into a giant mandala at a museum in Shanghai.
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Bodies Like Oceans

A dreamy portrait of photographer Shoog McDaniel, a self-described queer fat freak, whose work with fat bodies in nature transgresses reality.
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Bones

An artist carves a piece of marble and contemplates the personal cost of bringing his work to life.
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But I Love The Zine

This video reveals the resurgent San Francisco Bay Area culture of zines – artistic publications that are self-made, accessible, intentionally tactile and NOT the Internet. We meet remarkable zine authors in their studios, a major art museum curator, and avid zine festival goers and promoters.
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Butoh Dance - Conan Amok

A journey through the character and mind of Conan Amok, a contemporary Butoh dancer who takes his traditional Japanese art and personal philosophy onto the neon and gritty streets of Shibuya, Tokyo.
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Catherine Opie b. 1961

Catherine Opie shares the emotional and political motivations for her provocative and influential photography.
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Couper was Here

"Couper Was Here" is about an unhoused San Francisco resident, Couper Oroña. She was a firefighter, injured on the job, and now lives with disabilities. She supports herself on a small monthly disability check. After her injury and a divorce, she could no longer afford an apartment in the Bay Area, and subsequently found herself living on the street. She’s known by houseless people throughout the city because of the way she looks out for them and advocates for their rights. She uses the skills she practiced as a firefighter to assist fellow encampment residents who don’t seek medical help from hospitals for a variety of reasons, such as feeling shamed or mistreated by hospital staff. “I feel I have a purpose on the street and want to do my part to help out friends and others who don’t have a roof or access to first aid services.” This film follows Couper in her caring for fellow unhoused San Franciscans, and in her quest to find permanent housing in the city.
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Danny's Super 8

A look into the work of underground filmmaker Danny Plotnick and his love for Super-8 film.
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Disconnected

‘Disconnected’ is a short documentary which explores the silent and invisible loneliness epidemic amongst young people in the UK.
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Sudden Birth* (*but were afraid to ask)

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sudden Birth* (*but were afraid to ask) is the amazing story of how the Berkeley police department, the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands, an Academy Award winner and Mr. Spock are all connected by "Sudden Birth", one of the most unintentionally hilarious and disturbing educational films ever created.
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Facing the Beast (Un Monde sans Bêtes)

Theo is a teenager learning bull handling from his dad on their ranch.
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Floating Justice

In the depths of the Brazilian Amazon, isolated communities live hundreds of miles from their local state capital. Without any means to protect themselves against powerful landlords, or abusive husbands many turn to the courts for help. With little access to state services, one judge has gotten creative and taken justice down the river to reach those in peril. Filmed in an area of Brazil seldom seen on screen, the documentary follows the judge and his courthouse boat as it meanders down the Amazon River reaching the far-flung indigenous communities.
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For Your Consideration

A pop culture provocateur and Naked Trump sculptor team up to take down Harvey Weinstein, creating a statue of the disgraced movie producer that goes viral and incites further conversation.
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Forgotten

Would you still perform your art, even if nobody was watching? That’s a question Tevin faces everyday.
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Guy Hircefeld, a Guy with a Camera

Guy Hircefeld, a veteran that served in the Israeli military at the start of its occupation of Palestine in the 1980s, now fights against Israeli occupation, ethnic cleansing, and environmental warfare. His only weapon is a camera.
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Haenyo, the Women of the Sea

This film focuses on the life of the Haenyo, the diving women of Jeju in South Korea, with 7 idiomatic expressions from the island. The animated sketches also highlight the musicality of the spoken language.
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High Flying Jade

Walking the line between mindfulness and adrenaline rush, an American, bipolar, aerialist tries to reconcile her suicidal inclinations, her past life as an air traffic controller and the pressures of training for opening night at the Vietnamese circus.
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The Last Doctors of The Santa Fe School Shooting

3 women who work in a medical examiner's office talk about their work on the Santa Fe High School shooting
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